Developing business applications for the web : with HTML, CSS, JSP, PHP, ASP.NET, and JavaScript / Laura Ubelhor, Christian Hur
Book | MC Press Online | 2017 | 1st ed.
Available at Gateway-Racine Campus New Books Display (TK 5105.888 U2.8 2017)

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1st ed.
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xx, 556 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents
Introduction
Why Another Book About Web Application Development? -- How Is This Book Arranged? -- Intended Audience -- Do I Need to Start from Scratch? -- Choosing Development Tools -- Summary
1: An Introduction to Browser-Based Applications
Additional Languages -- What Is a Client? -- What Is a Browser? -- What Is HTML? -- What Is a Web Server? -- What Database(s) Are Used? -- Where Can I Find Sample Code? -- The Development Process -- Fear of Web Technology -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
2: An Introduction to HTML
Why Learn HTML? -- What Is HTML All About? -- Block-Level and Text-Level Elements -- Structural Elements -- HTML5 Structural Elements -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
3: Using Cascading Style Sheets
What Is CSS? -- Applying Style Sheets to Web Pages -- Exploring CSS Style Rules and Properties -- What You Can Do with a Cascading Style Sheet -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
4: Adding Links and Anchors
How to Place a Link on a Page -- How to Use Anchors -- Other Kinds of Links -- What About Our Example Page? -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
5: Visual Elements and Web Multimedia
Video Graphics Overview -- Types of Image Files -- Creating Image Hyperlinks -- Image Maps -- Tools for Working with Images -- The Dos and Don'ts of Working with Image Files -- Web Multimedia -- What About Our Example Page? -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
6: Arranging Content
Content-Arrangement Methods -- The Purpose of Arranging Content -- Tables -- Frames -- Web Forms -- What About Our Example Page? -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
7: Web Application Overview
Getting Familiar with Web Applications for Business -- Components of a Web Application System -- Reusing Legacy Code -- Security -- Web Hosting -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion Review/Questions -- Exercises
8: Incorporating JavaScript
Introduction to JavaScript -- JavaScript Compared to Other Tools -- JavaScript's Advantages and Disadvantages -- What Can JavaScript Do? -- Syntax -- How to Put JavaScript into an HTML Page -- Data Tyes -- Statements -- Catching Errors -- Objects -- JavaScript Arrays -- Events -- Cookies -- JavaScript Form Validation -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
9: Web Development with PHP
Introduction to PHP -- PHP Compared with Other Tools -- PHP's Advantages and Disadvantages -- Introduction to PHP -- Basic PHP Syntax -- Conditional Statements -- Loops -- Arrays -- Multidimensional Arrays -- Functions -- Getting Down to Business with PHP -- PHP Error Handling -- Filters -- Forms -- Sessions -- Working with Data -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
10: Web Development with ASP.NET
ASP.NET Compared with Other Tools -- ASP.NET's Advantages and Disadvantages -- ASP.NET Processing -- ASP.NET Code to Create a Simple Table -- Creating a More Advanced Table -- Updating Data in a Database -- Connecting to SQL Server -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
11: JavaServer Pages
JSP Overview -- A Simple JSP Script -- JSP Syntax Summary -- JSP Implicit Objects -- JSP Standard Tag Libraries -- Cookies -- Accessing a Database -- Exception Handling -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
12: Handling Browser Differences
What Is a Web Browser? -- Browser Background and History -- W3C Standards and Guidelines -- Addressing Differences in Common Browsers -- Browser Issues to Consider -- Website Audience -- Language -- Common Browsers -- Hardware -- Monitor Settings -- Operating System Support -- Internet Connection Speed -- Image Format Support -- Minimizing the Impact of Different Browsers -- Browser Detection/Capability Testing -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
13: SEO and SMO for Web Pages
Search Engines -- What Is a Search Engine? -- Search Engine Optimization (SEO) -- Social Media Optimization (SMO) -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
14: Best Practices
Focus on the Site's Objective -- Structure Your Site -- Avoid the Cutting Edge -- Use CSS -- Address Coding Issues -- Use Accepted Coding Standards and Techniques -- Test the Website and Code -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion/Review Questions -- Exercises
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